Register for an acctivity at the Club's monthly meeting or by contacting the Leader directly

  The Calendar is updated regularly however always check with the Leader to confirm arrangements

  A complete description of and information about the activity is provided at the Club meeting prior to the activity

  It is your responsibility to ensure that you are fit enough for the activity. 

We have a grading system but even so, what can be an easy walk for one person may be quite strenuous for another.  MINIMUM REQUREMENT FOR CLUB WALKS:  Any new members not from another Bushwalking Club must first participate in a training walk up "The Mongrel" (Mount Cotton) prior to engaging in any of our Redland Bushwalkers Club walks, which are rated 3 or higher in difficulty.

  DW = Day Walk   BC = Base Camp   TW = Through Walk   AB = Abseiling    CYC = Bike Ride    
  SOC = Social    KAY = Kayaking    TR = Training






Short Under 10km per day.


Graded track or open terrain, no scrub.


Easy, suitable for beginners.


Medium 10-15km per day.


Off track, bush, minor scrub, rainforest, rock hopping, minor scrambling.


Medium, Reasonable fitness required.


Long 15-20 km per day.


As above + thick scrub. Major rock scrambling using hands.


As above + agility required.


Extra Long 20km+ per day.


As above + rope and technical ability required.


Hard strenuous, fit walkers only.

  KIT LISTS FOR WALKING   -   Day Walk Kit List   -   Through Walk Kit List




Date Type Grade Destination Leader Phone

Updated 17/10/2018



May 2019 BC Base Camp Carnarvon Gorge - Friday 3/5 to 7/5 2019. More details to follow. Accommodation contact: Geoff Arnell 0448 946 682
      Amanda Fichna 0401 017 941
October 2018        
Mon 1st   Queens Birthday    
Wed 3rd DW
S T4 F4

Blackstone Reserve -  near Ipswich. I'm off to explore the Blackstone Reserve as a potential interesting half day walk suitable for the usual mid-week crew. If you would like to join me, let me know:
Please note that I have never been there so I have no idea what to expect - I'm confident I won't get lost, but more than that, I can't say. Here's more information:

Tracy Ryan 
0417 665 382
Sat 6th  DW
M T6 F6

Numinbah Road to Repeater Station Road, Springbrook - This is another exploratory walk for our Scenic Rim project next year, aimed at connecting well-known sections with not-so-well-known. Apart from being almost entirely uphill,
the terrain is a mystery, so it is only suitable for fit walkers who won't mind a few surprises, eg prickly things and possible scrambles. It has been walked before by others so it is possible to do. If you are interested, please contact Tracy at

Tracy Ryan 0417 665 382
Sun 7th


M T4 F4

Warrie Circuit and Twin Falls Springbrook National Park - approx 17km walk so a reasonable level of fitness is required, but it is all on track.  From the Tallanbana carpark we will walk down anti-clockwise, approximately 9km down, passing by 2 waterfalls, down to the meeting of the waters on the valley floor - stopping for lunch beside the rock pools.  Then approx 7 kms of continuous steady uphill to join onto Twin Falls circuit.  This is a beautiful hike amongst waterfalls, creeks and rainforest.  Wear good hiking boots as it can be muddy and wet in parts and crossing wet slippery rocks.  You may want to bring poles, not necessary but helpful.  The hike is on a good graded tract.  Bring plenty of water, snack, lunch and insect repellent. Amanda Fichna 0401 017 941
Wed 10th  

Club meeting - 7pm for 7.30pm at Indigiscapes

17 Runnymede Road, Capalaba (off Redland Bay Road - second driveway on the left)
PHOTO COMPETITION JUDGING: Come and help judge the photo competition:  everyone invited.  Drinks and nibblies included

Sun 14 


M T3 F3

Upper Ballunjui Falls (Lamington NP - Binna Burra) - This 12 km walk should take about 4-5 hrs at a relaxed pace.  We will meet in the Binna Burra carpark at 8:00 am and head out on the Border Track, branching off towards the top of Ballunui Falls.  We will have morning tea there and return the same way, to finish back at the carpark for lunch. Leah Stephens 0499 234 606
Sun 21st


M T4 F4

Lower Portals, Mt Barney NP -Walk and swim if you want in rock pools  Leave Cleveland at 6 am.  Meet at Rathdowney at approx 7:30, then on to Lower Portals carpark.  The track leaves fromyjr  car park and ends at a beautiful pool along a gorge on Mount Barney Creek. The walk has moderate to steep gradients, polls would be useful.  Approx. 4 kms into the pools, it is on track with lots of ups and downs, steps and tree roots, and a few creek crossings. This will be at a leisurely pace.  There is the option to swim and rock hop at the lower portals rock pool, where we will have our lunch.  Return va the same track back to cars.  It can get hot on the track, so bring 2.5-3 ltrs water, and all the usual day walk gear, snacks and lunch..   Amanda Fichna 0409 917 401
Thu 25th   Full Moon    


Sun 28th


M T4 F5

Mt Coot-tha - 15 kms/4 hrs.  Track walk but some steep sections.  Meet at Slaughter Falls Entry (MAP/toilet block)  to walk out at 7:00 AM (Leave Redlands 6-6:15 am). Take morning tea and water.  Call to sign up and mention if you need gransport. Jillian Wilson 041 233 1205
November 2018        
Sun 4th DW Box Forest Circuit - O'Reilley's - RESCHEDULED TO NOV 11 Hilary Martyn 0438 217 801
Wed 7th  DW

Bayview Conservation Park This is another lovely walk at Bayview Conservation Park on German Church Road, Mount Cotton.  We will meet at the end of German Church Road (not the carpark) follow the road to the very end and park.  Meeting time is 8:30am.  The walk is 8.6km and will take about 2 1/2 hours to complete.  It follows a variety of fire trails and narrow tracks.  This is a share course with Mountain Bikes, but being the middle of the week I anticipate we should have the track to ourselves.  Please bring poles, water, insect repellent, hat and snacks for morning tea which we will have along the track."

Monica DeLeacy 32066309

Sunday 11th



M T3 F3

Box Forest Circuit - O'Reilly's - 12 km (4 hour) circuit walk on graded track through rainforest, following the creek, which we cross a couple of times.  Clamber over boulders to see Elabana Falls.  Spot a blue crayfish at picnic rock and if we're lucky we may even see a lyrebird. Hilary Martyn 0438 217 801
Wed 14th  

Club meeting - 7pm for 7.30pm at Indigiscapes

17 Runnymede Road, Capalaba (off Redland Bay Road - second driveway on the left)





Wed 21st ABS Evening abseil at Kangaroo Point Cliffs - Contact Trevor on 0411 512 202 Trevor Davern 0411 512 202
Fri 23rd   Full Moon    
Sat 24 - Sun 25th  TW
M T6 F6

Our annual Ratatat camp is on again - This is a wonderful walk from O'Reillys to the campsite via some of the Border Track and a lot of ups and downs along the main ridge along the escarpment. We camp in a treed hollow full of glow worms.
If you are interested, please email Tracy Ryan on Spaces are very limited as it is a tiny campsite.

Tracy Ryan 0417 665 382
December 2018        
Sun 1st ABS Abseiling Training/Practice - 7:00 AM - Kangaroo Point cliffs - Call Trevor on 0411 512 202 Trevor Davern 0411 512 202
Fri 7- Sun 9 BC RBC Christmas Breakup at Spring Gully Stays - Organisers:  Hilary, Trevor and Betty.  Click here for details    
Sun 23rd   Full Moon    
Tue 25th   Christmas Day    
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